Luther Martin

July 4, 2020 USGOPO 0

An Antifederalist’s Closing Argument. When the McCulloch v. Maryland case landed in the US Supreme Court in a power play between the states and the […]

The Race Beat

July 4, 2020 USGOPO 0

A Book Review. The press’s finest hour, according to authors Gene Roberts and Hank Klibanoff, occurred during the civil rights movement when reporters exposed the […]

The Tipping Point

July 4, 2020 USGOPO 0

Virginia Ratifying Convention. The Virginia Ratifying convention brought together great minds and great leaders in a large, influential state. Though ratification was perhaps imminent, the […]


July 4, 2020 USGOPO 0

The 1800 Presidential Election. The 1800 presidential election was a tight race amid intense partisan politics. With no clear winner, Federalists and Republicans in the […]

Shirley Chisholm

September 3, 2015 USGOPO 0

Shirley Chisholm. After the 2008 election and subsequent inauguration of the nation’s first African American president, some of the excitement has dwindled. This should allow […]